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Published June 26, 2012

Carbon County News

Fire Season Begins

Smoke from the Wood Hollow fire in Sanpete County darkens the western horizon at sunset Friday. People are urged to observe the fire restrictions ordered by state, federal and local agencies. A stray ember has a nearly 100 percent chance of starting ...

Today is last day to vote for primary candidates

While early voting in the primary races has been going on for a couple of weeks, it all culminates today as the final voters go to the polls to figure out who will be running against whom during the November general elections. ...

Alcohol a factor in truck rollover

Four area teenagers were hurt - one of them critically - when the pickup truck they were riding in rolled on a dirt road south of the Fairgrounds motocross track Wednesday afternoon....

$1.1 million check didn't last long - and that's good

"We all got to touch it," laughed Carol Sparks, clerk at Wellington City offices, as she recalled the rare occasion of handling a $1.1 million check.

Relay for Life

Paper lanterns bearing the names of loved ones again ringed the USU Eastern running track Friday night and Saturday morning as the Relay for Life fund drive for cancer treatment and research conducted its 2012 drive. Participants walked, ran or wheel...

Work on Helper Train Mosaic begins

Helper City, The Helper Arts and Music Festival and The Western Mining and Railroad Museum are building a 5- x 14-foot wall that will be the base of the first community mosaic project in Helper - "The Helper Train Mosaic". ...

Truck smashes into credit union

A pickup truck jumped a curb in the parking lot of the Eastern Utah Community Credit Union and smashed into a wall on the southwest of the building Monday at about 8:30 a.m. There were no injuries. The driver, 47-year-old Bruce J. Killian was cited f...

HeadlineDoing their part for Guardsmen and families

Pat Scherschel shows members of the Castle Country Quilters what a finished service banner looks like. The quilters have taken on a project to make a banner for the families of each National Guardsman who has been called for duty in Afghanistan. The ...

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